If you’re happy with the roll you’re on, you don’t need to do anything. If you want to change the roll you’re on, you can make the change online, by email, or by mail.
You can sign and return your Māori Electoral Option letter
If you received a letter from us about the Māori Electoral Option, you can change rolls by signing, dating and returning it.
You can return your letter by taking a scan or photo of it, and:
- Uploading it to this website
- Emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also post your letter back to us using the envelope provided.
You can change rolls online
You can change rolls online with your New Zealand driver licence, New Zealand passport, or RealMe verified identity.
If you’re on the unpublished roll, or you don’t have one of the forms of ID listed above, you won’t be able to use the online service. You’ll need to fill in an enrolment form.
Other ways to change
You can change rolls by completing and returning an enrolment form.
- You can fill in an enrolment form online, and have it emailed or posted to you to sign and return.
- You can call us on 0800 36 76 56 to have an enrolment form sent to you.
Areas impacted by flooding
If you’ve had to move after recent weather events including Cyclone Gabrielle, you might not get an information pack in the mail.
You can update your home or postal address, or change the roll you’re on if you would like to, online or by filling in an enrolment form.
We have resources you can share in your community so others see this information.
Resources to share with your community
Find out which roll you’re on
If you’re not sure which roll you’re on, you can check or update your details online.
For more information about the Māori Electoral Option or about enrolling to vote, contact us:
- Call 0800 36 76 56
- Email email@example.com